iDrop by Tim Ellis
iDrop is both an incredibly funny gag item AND a stage performer’s dream. You place a borrowed phone into a see-through mesh bag and zip it up to protect it. While being held by a spectator, the cell phone “accidentally” falls from the bag and breaks into pieces on the ground. You have secret control of the borrowed phone and can reveal it anywhere you like.
If you play it like a gag, you can simply remove the phone from your pocket and give it back. iDrop never fails to elicit SCREAMS when the spectator believes she has dropped and destroyed her own phone. But you can also reveal the phone in an impossible place: wrapped in a present, in a Nest of Boxes, or sealed in a jar. The place you reveal the borrowed phone is limited by only your imagination.
iDrop is a secret bag that switches a borrowed phone for a decoy. The decoy is modeled in size, weight, and appearance to an iPhone or similar cell phone design. When it hits the ground, it convincingly “breaks” into several pieces, but is easily reassembled and reset for each use. When you ditch the bag in iDrop, you can use this opportunity to secretly load the borrowed phone wherever you like, or sneak it into your back pocket to give back to the spectator.